This Indiana pilot program is feeding needy students — with food that once would have gone to waste

Read the full story in USA Today.

A pilot program involving five Indiana schools and a local non-profit seeks to provide to-go meals for students in need by making use of excess cafeteria food.

The partnership between Elkhart Community Schools and the northern Indiana non-profit Cultivate Culinary School & Catering began in March and is the starting point for a program that organizers hope to expand widely in the community, Randy Ziolkowski — Cultivate’s co-founder and general manger — told USA TODAY on Wednesday.

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